A great place to work in general, a lot of projects, everything is changing all the time, good possibilities to learn more, grow, improve, supportive colleges.
good corporate culture, nice office
hard to get promoted if you are busy in the project and don't have time to pass trainings, certification
Wonderful work environment and opportunitiesGreat work environment and opportunities for professional growth. The company provides many opportunities for skills development and training. Pleasant atmosphere and high culture allow you to maximize your focus on work.
Your own feelings and satisfactions first of all are depends from project, not only from company. There are a lot of different projects and high-skilled professionas.
The company treats its' engineers as resources for lease rather than talents or creative individuals. As a result, people are exposed to wired desires and changes of mood of a bad client. In conflict situations with a customer, no protection is granted by the company to an engineer under pressure. The company is interested only in the profit per each employee. Mid-management positions in IT projects, such as PM and PMO, are often taken by people with no IT education or relevant experience in the field. Those guys usually have little chances to succeed elsewhere, hence, they do everything possible to get promoted within the corporation. Their zeal and blind adherence to bureaucratic instructions create an environment hard to work in. To boot, the company is saving on everything: salaries, bonuses, hardware, software licenses, office chairs... Some people say, that Accenture is a good place for a newbie to start an IT career. Maybe, some will survive. But underpaid work for 6 months may well end up in stress and loss of motivation.
Opportunities to work abroad; Ability to work from home in certain projects
Low pay compared with the market; Management issues